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missed this big drama, bill karins and mike doing a little catch and release. watch this nate archibald reaction from bill karins. we asked you at the top of the show why you are possibly awake. john? >> eric says i early" is like my "nightly news." >> just i wait, i'll be slow jamming on tomorrow's episode. what else? >> greg writes, hey, i'm here at the dubliner. where is everyone? >> john, be patient. wait four years. we'll be back with you. stand by. thanks everybody for watching. "morning joe" bee gigins right . ♪ and the rockets' red glare ♪ the bombs bursting in air ♪ gave proof through the night ♪ that our flag was still there ♪ ♪ o say does that >> good morning. it's wednesday, january 23rd. a beautiful rendition of that. has she torn the earpiece out yet? because she was just so into it. that was the best move. if you're going to be a phony on the biggest stage in the world, go all the way with it. >> are you really speaking now, joe? >> i may not be. i may have recorded this last night because it's too cold in here. with us on set in washington, nbc news capitol c
that be the right choice for the nobel committee? here for a fair and balanced debate are mike slater and garland nixon both radio talk show hosts. thank you both for joining us. >> thank you. >> i'm going to start with you. the petition or change.org. it calls on the committee to present the prize to secretary clinton for her work around the world and to her husband, former president bill clinton for his post presidential international involvement. good idea? bad idea? >> well, with previous winners like yasser arafat, state senator barack obama and the eu, i think even hillary clinton would agree at this point, what difference does it make? which, by the way is going to be her campaign slogan in 2016. the nobel peace prize should go to people who risk their lives and doing heroic work and whose efforts will be magna advertised by recognition from this award. hillary clinton does not risk her life. she does not do heroic work. i have been waiting all day to hear from mr. garland nixon about what she has done for any tangible effort at peace whatsoever. >> garland, let us know? what do you think?
. with us on set we have msnbc contributor mike barnicle and msnbc political analyst and former chairman of the republican national party when there was a republican national party and al hunt and anchor for world news, america katty kay. the reviews are in. >> the reviews are in. >> it was a liberal speech for a liberal constituency. the left is saying that, the center is saying that and the right is saying that. the only thing i've seen all week since being here any progressive shot of middle america, the conservative america, has been this morning when al hunt wore cowboy boots. >> i saw that. why is that? >> i saw the talk about you going sockless and mika told me i couldn't match your legs. >> you covered it up. the reviews are in. >> the reviews are in and we will show parts of the speech and the day yesterday as well. certainly, there are a lot of questions as to where we go from here and where does the republican party go from here. listen to this, there is some agreements among pundits about the goal of the president's speech. the "new york times" said this. the president made a
're watching former presidents march through, mike, this afternoon. to say that, let's listen. bill clinton and the rest. let's listen. well, it is hard to hear. never known if the microphone in front of them. but the truth is, it is very chilly day outside, mike. the wind kicked up during the inauguration itself and see president carter there and his wife roslyn. and realize at 49 i don't have a lot of room to complain. it is not easy duty. >> that's correct. we saw a lot of senators, filing through here on their way out to the west front of the capitol earlier, bundled up ready for a chilly, very american celebration. they will ditch their coats behind me before they go into the luncheon, will be presented with gifts. will be congratulations there. it will be interesting to see how long this good feeling continues, as we saw, the senators marching through earlier in the rotunda, there were a lot of basically good spirits saying this moment is in history. democrats and republicans mingling well together, but of course the environment here in washington these days has been very difficult as
spotlight, keynote at the convention when they nominated mike dukakis and clinton bombed and had to go on the carson show for damage control. but he still wasn't shy about his huge ambition. >> you are governor of arkansas until 1991? >> that's right. >> yeah. where were you looking beyond that politically or are you? >> depends on how i do on the show tonight. [applause] >> would you entertain a running for higher office? president? >> i would like to do it sometime. we decided that we would wait. until my daughter was old enough to kind of abuse me with the same facility you do. the political life. chris: talk about long shots. contrast that with how hillary clinton addressed the question with barbara walters several weeks ago. taped before she got hospitalized for had a blood clot. >> i really don't believe that's something i will do again. >> your husband wants you to in 2016. what do you say to him? >> he wants me to do what i want to do. right now, i have no intention of running. chris: but there are many ways to say maybe or even it's possible. but not hillary. at least not now.
matthews, a cast of thousands. let's start with mike barnicle and john meachem. >> also, michael steele. good to have you here, michael. and nbc chief foreign affairs correspondent, andrea mitchell. >> look at those uggs. >> i got to be outside all day. this is my only warm moment. >> i'm impressed. they look great. >> hardly fashionable. >> mika, are you excited? compare today to how you felt four years ago. >> yeah, but i think it's measured. and i think that's actually probably the tone the white house is taking at this point. there's a lot to be done. and a lot of things that have happened that i think need to be grown on or corrected, given the first four years. but it's always an exciting day to be able to be a part of witnessing history as it happens here in washington. it's an amazing day. >> john, the second term, i don't care what the counterintuitive historians and essayists say, the second term is so much more difficult than the first term. you're racing to the midterms, where after that you know you're, in effect, a lame duck. >> starting at 12:01 or thereabouts, everyone i
administration. i've never seen anything like it. mike wallis did me on "60 minutes" and it was a fair and tough interview, but it was great and he became a friend of mine after that actually. but this interview was, you know, all love. >> steve: it was all love. there are some who have said, you know, from the very beginning, it seemed like the clintons and mr. obama came to some sort of agreement. all right, you're going to sign on and help campaign. there is going to be a payoff down the line. do you think this could be part of that? >> well, i don't know exactly what's going on. i certainly don't know what's going on with "60 minutes" because i think nobody has been on" 60 minutes" more than obama. every time you turn it on, he's there. >> gretchen: 15 times with steve croft. >> it's got to be some sort of record. it has to be a record. i've never seen a tough question asked. nobody asks any tough questions. they talk about how well the world is doing. the world is a disaster. it's been a total catastrophe and nobody asks the tough questions. i never saw such laughing and smiling. >> brian:
. mike tobin is live. we understand te'o has spoken about this whole affair and will speak about it again sometime this week, right? >> reporter: nobody talks to plain old reporters anymore. katie couric managed to get on this one, right, with manti te'o and his parents scheduled to speak on her new talk show the parents say they want to talk because they feel like they were played during the course of this whole hoax as well. te'o already spoke in print off-camara, just in time for the information to slip into the weekend news cycle where it gets less attention. he said he was not in on it. clearly he inflated the story a few times but he said the entire hoax was executed by a man named rene yaw tuesday tuesday tuiasosopo. he was never really sure that the kakua was not real until tuiasosopo called him and apologized, martha. martha: wow, what a story this is. the pen believed behind this whole thing, tuiasosopo, you talked about, will we hear from him and his side of the story? >> reporter: it is interesting. his family is circled the wagons. they are lawyered up at a church operated by
, republican congresswoman marsha blackburn and chris hughes. up next, mike allen with the top stories in the "politico playbook." but first, here's bill karins with a check on the forecast. bill. >> good monday morning, mika. this is the start of an active week. we have a messy scenario in the northeast at the peak of rush hour. snow and sleet reported through pennsylvania, maryland, d.c. is now over to rain. baltimore to philadelphia, that's probably going to be the worst on i-95 and anywhere here in eastern pa to the border of jersey, right over the next hour or two is when the snow will start, then change over to sleet and eventually freezing rain. a lot of freezing rain around hagerstown. eventually this is all heading up into new england during the day. it's plenty cold enough from hartford to albany to boston, you'll get an inch or two of snow and then freezing rain and sleet on top of it. let me turn your attention, it is 60 degrees right now in st. louis. 45 in chicago. we have this wild swing of weather taking place. we had the winter weather yesterday in chicago and st. loui
to weather channel meteorologist mike seidel live in beautiful knoxville, tennessee. although it's still dark there. good morning, mike. where will the worst of the be today? >> reporter: good morning, alex. not here. in fact, let me recap, here, temperatures above freezing. ice yesterday. today, in the 40s. all those areas, parts of kentucky, tennessee, north georgia, the carolinas, that had the ice storm yesterday, highs in the 40s today. roads will improve dramatically. in fact, here all the ice has melted. let me take you back yesterday and get to the forecast. north georgia mountains, atlanta was fine, this is raven county, and skidding out and slipping off the icy roadways on those higher elevations in north georgia, in upstate carolina, we had one fatality, we head to the snow. north of the ice, snow across ohio, into the virginias and mid-atlantic toward new york, near roanoke, virginia, snow last friday and more snow today. most in the one to two inch category. not a big system. not a lot of moisture to work with, and we had snow and spinouts in western pennsylvania, allegheny county
. over three-quarters of republicans voted no. the tea partier mike lee has introduced an amendment to the senate bill to demand a disaster aid be offset by spending cuts. the conservative lub for growth piled on the pressure urging republicans to vote no and offering a dire warning that their decision would be reflected on the club's dreaded 2013 congressional score card. even the power hour emergency new jersey g proved -- >> we have potentially really great candidates. we don't need pretenders. we don't need frauds like chris christie, and that's exactly what he is. any governor can help his state if he gets tens of billions of dollars from the federal government, but we need a real leader in this nation, want this joke. >> nor could chris christie escape a scolding from senator ran paul. >> i think the over the top give me my money kind of stuff, i want all $60 billion now or i'm going to throw a tantrum, that won't play well in a republican primary. we realize the whole idea is even for disaster funds, most republicans think it should be paid for. >> jonathan, resident of new j
to head that bureau and republican senator mike crapo says until key structural changes are made to the bureau to ensure accountability and transparency, i will continue my objepposition to any nominee for director. not all of his nominees are encountering such opposition, senator john kerry received bipartisan support at his confirmation hearing on thursday. >> the airplane, the one that says on the side, united states of america, lands anywhere in the world, i will be proud that it will be john kerry representing us. >> should he be confirmed, i'm confident he will be, and become our next secretary of state. i'm sure we'll have our disagreements which i know neither one of us will hesitate to bring to the other's attention. >> ever since key new york democratic senator chuck schumer softened his stance on former nebraska senator chuck hagel, president obama's nominee for defense secretary, hagel has been able to slowly grow a little more support in the senate ahead of his confirmation hearing and now though, some senators are raising questions about deputy national security adv
named mike in 2008. this was assembled on-the-fly, on the fly, but it is by definition and according to men's warehouse, a chuck zito. neil: okay. i stand corrected. my young friend, you are splendid circularly as you are reportorial eight. it is indeed a tux. if i would go to a big event like that, i would get something that looks like a tux. but i am not that an event that requires a tux. now we have pat buchanan has all sorts of cuts he does. >> do you have any thoughts on the president's speech, what did you make of it? to i the macbook and the president of the united states plans on the politics of confrontation and conflict with republicans. and not conciliation with consensus. neil: what you make about the markets? being concerned are anxious, we are beginning to see some futures market trading. i don't want to take too much away from asian trading. there are a variety of factors. if the president would've done something that would spook them, they would've sold off, but instead they have sold off on a incredible market advance. what do you make of their take on what the presi
and run about 2.5 hours, shorter than the parade from four years ago. mike is homophone from wisconsin on the republican line. -- mike is on the phone from wisconsin. >> it sounded more like a political speech i did not vote for him. i do not support him. >> memphis, tenn., is our next caller, john on the independent line. good afternoon. >> i am a vietnam era veteran and a former teacher, and i was very interested to hear the indication -- invocation. in closing, she used the name of jesus, which is more than the chaplains in the military were able to do. i do hope that america can come closer together with israel in its defense against the people who are trying to blow her off the planet. >> joining us from richmond, virginia, is george. >> i have two comments i would like to make. first, the president had an excellent inaugural address. the one thing i hope he would do in order to get congress to work with him is what he said at the end. the people need to voice their opinions. they need to act. i remember one time i think it was president kennedy, getting public feeling on issues,
of our armed forces and national guard, members of the consular corps, governor mike lowry, and governor christine gregoire, and all of my fellow washingtonians, this we know, our world is changing faster and more dramatically than ever before. once in a lifetime events now seem to happen with startling regularity. we've seen the greatest financial crisis since the great depression, natural disasters fueled by climate change, and unimaginable human tragedies like sandy hook elementary. but we also bear witness to rapid breakthroughs in technology, medicine, and the fundamental understanding of our universe. every day i am left in awe at how much we are able to achieve, and heartbroken over the tragedies that we have had to endure. we truly live in extraordinary times. we also live in an extraordinary state, filled with extraordinary people. where the world sees uncertainty, we washingtonians see opportunity. and we all feel a profound responsibility to our children and our grandchildren. we have a spirit of innovation here in washington that has changed the world, from aerospace to softw
. weather channel meteorologist mike seidel has more from knoxville, tennessee. hey, mike. >> reporter: hey, t.j. here in knoxville the ice storm is now just a memory. we had nine hours of freezing rain. but as you can see here on the trees it's all gone. it all melted. in fact temperatures overnight rose into the mid 30s. but yesterday we had hundreds of accidents across kentucky here in tennessee, even north georgia and through the western carolinas. one fatality reported in upstate south carolina. but the north georgia mountains had ice and cars skidding off the roadways. the other angle with this storm is the fact that we had snow from the ohio valley all the way to the northeast. but the snowfall amounts were on the light side from columbus to pittsburgh, into washington. generally a 1 to 2 inch snowfall. philadelphia and new york central park had 1 1/2 inches of snow. for the first time in chicago in 335 days they had an inch of snow. so the record streak ends but they've only had now about three inches for the entire winter. it still stays very cold today across the midwest and north
closest advisers, and mike everybody here, i cannot imagine the white house without you. thank you for signing up for this very, very difficult job, as jack lew will testify. i know you will always give it to me straight, as only a friend can, telling me not only what i want to hear, but more importantly, when i need to hear to make the best possible decisions on behalf of the american people. so, for me, michelle, your friends and colleagues that are here today, thank you for taking this assignment. congratulations. [applause] >> i have one other thing to add. we made a number of personnel announcements today. there is going to be an incredible team that denis mcdonough will help lead, but i thought i would take the occasion to just embarrass somebody. some of you may know that today is david's last day in the white house. i had to hide this in the end of my remarks because i knew he would not want me to bring it up, so we had some secret squirrel stuff going on here to avoid him thinking that we were going to talk about him, but as many of you know, david has been with me from t
up on the mike saying good job, dad, you didn't mess up. i guess she remembers from four years ago. >> it was simply adorable. call it our moment of zen, the kelly clarkson photo bomb. she was there to sing "my country tis of thee." and then look who popped out from behind her. can you imagine the caption contest going on on the air today. bill clinton was there shaking hands with a lot of people. kelly clarkson sang "america the beautiful." she was fantastic. brought the house down. >> some post inaugural late night laughs now. courtesy of jon stewart. listen. >> there were stars aplenty. who better to spot them than "good morning america" hostage george stephanopoulos. >> look at that crowd gathering now. that is morgan freeman i think on the capitol steps. bill russell, i'm sorry. thank you. >> now, in george stephanopoulos' defense, all tall people look alike to him. i see gray chins. i don't know! still, for the rest of the morning, he did a very good jb. right here, of course, we have venus and serena williams coming out. oh, look there, there is danny glover. oh, the dazzlin
mike on them. >> don't show too much. >> these are my long boots. and i got them on sale. >> she's very proud, folks. we'll have "the skinny" coming up. stay with us. >> using my debit card. ♪ skinny, so skinny >>> skinny in the house! >> that was good. that was good. good tone. good pitch. >> impressive. willis, you're going to make it in this business. i have a feeling. obviously it's award season. so the s.a.g. awards were last night. they did something funny to start off the show. they went around to different stars and told stories how they got their break in the business. how they kind of became celebrities. sophia of "modern family" fame, chimed in. this is funny. check it out. >> i grew up in a very traditional catholic home. my father told me if i ever did anything artistic, i was going to look like a hooker. i told him, with these huge boobs i inherited from your mother, i already look like a hooker. [ laughter ] >> and we're all grateful to you and your momma. sophia, with some other big winners last night. alec baldwin and tina fey won for best male/female actor in a comed
over to this gigantic pie. today is national pie day. mike, you brought this big pie over. what is it about pie that people love? >> spy memories, tradition. it's american, it's family. how many people remember grandma picking the fruit in her backyard and baking up a pie and serving it? it's about kids, memories. it's connection. that's what we need. >> steve: normally that pie looks fantastic and i know, well, it's probably frozen by now. you might need a chain saw to cut it up for people. i love pie alamode. pecan is my favorite. i love the fact on national pie day, one in five americans have eaten an entire pie all by themselves. >> right. i can't really put my instead of that category, but i know there is lots out there. >> steve: you haven't eat an pie all by yourself? >> not a whole pie, no. i do it by the slice. >> steve: here is your homework. those are beautiful. i bet you sell those on the internet? >> we ship them all over. on michigan.org, every hour, someone across the country will win a pie. it's all good in michigan. >> steve: mike, thank you very much for joinin
a hockey mom, she was ♪ [ laughter ] >> all right. rocky mountain mike. [ applause ] >> john: rocky mountain mike, check out the big brain on that man! >> i got to meet him in person for the first time in d.c. >> he was at the sexy liberal. >> john: terrific guy. best thing about stephanie's show is all of the really talented people that you guys exploit for their talents. i had the pleasure of meeting one of his collaborators this weekend, audra. the woman who did the vocals for the old finger, the jan brewer parody bone finger. >> same thing. >> john: his brilliant parody of jan brewer to goldfinger. she does a mean shirley bassey. i got to meet her at the ball in minneapolis. this is the kind of event that more progressive radio stations and just you know, sane people in general should put on. you know what the blue state ball is, right? >> it is something that ktnf in minneapolis puts on every year. >> john: a.m. 950. most spectacular progressive talk station along with everyone that carries "the stephanie miller show". >> robert is the fine general manager. >> john: they do thi
in washington. >> i'm bret baier, we're awaiting the inaugural luncheon at the capitol and mike emanuel is on the hill for the entire afternoon as we look inside the luncheon getting ready to get underway. mellow, mike. >> reporter: good afternoon, i'm struck by the tone, if you will, so far today here in washington after some really brutal fiscal fights in recent weeks. today for the moment, the tone seems to have changed, a lot of mingling between republicans and democrats expressing optimism about the way forward, some which the president had been more specific in his speech and i talked to a senator from ohio and says he wishes the president talked more in bipartisan terms, had talked a little about the need to reform entitlement programs that are essentially bankrupting the country, and certainly, theft of the younger generation is the the way he put it. and so the luncheon will be warm and friendly, there will be toasts and custom lennox gifts given and some 3000 calories later lunch will be over and onto the next activity for the president and vice-president, which will be comin
, hey, joe, there is an open mike there. >> often i think people mock him for his stumbles. that was a terrific interview. you get the behind the scenes on some of the things that come out wrong sometimes, but he seems to say, the fact that he has that trust, that's a fair point. >> i think it's been a great marriage if you will. the presidents and vice presidents, often a marriage of convenience and this one seems to really be working. a great complimentary team. >> is joe biden considered to be a threat? sometimes he is posed as a little bit of a joke on the gop side. >> i don't think he's a joke. at the same time, it's a little hard for me to believe he will be a real contender in 2016. i think by all accounts, hillary clinton will have it if she wants it, and after that they have a pretty good bench. but i think joe biden is good at what he does. >> he said it right. he speaks the truth. a lot of trust, and been there a long time. it goes a long way in washington, d.c. >>> ahead on "starting point," the premiere showcase for independent films. zoraida live at sundance w
with like-minded people. it is so refreshing. sitting in a restaurant with rocky mountain mike and sue from ann arbor and all of the chatters that i chat with every day. >> and that we're chatting during the show. >> hal: social chattering. >> caller: we do. we talk to steph through the chat. she told me to be quiet too. i deserved it. >> hal: i saw that part. >> caller: i told my best friend i'm not sure they're going to know who i am. john did his tea bagger thing and i raised my hand. >> didn't you stand up and said you take pride in your -- oh! >> he's like that's you. >> hal: that's why he invited you backstage. >> caller: it was hilarious. my best friend said i'll bet their back stage going that must be dana from maryland. she's a tea bagger. that's it. >> hal: thank you so much, dana. >> caller: wait, wait, one more thing though. my topic i wanted to talk about was abortion. >> oh! >> caller: rachel, i didn't know the small little legislative laws like the woman has to listen to the tape of the heart beat. >> oh, yeah. >> caller: tape her reaction, her physical reaction. and i wanted
intelligence committee mike rogers told fox news the day after the attack it was a coordinated commando style attack. a scrubbing of the social media in benghazi showed the only references to the anti-islam video came one day after the benghazi assault and another critical moment this morning was when secretary clinton was asked, why she chose not to interview her own people, the diplomatic security agents at this benghazi consulate because they would know firsthand what it happened. and she said she chose not to because she didn't want any imperception that they were interfering in the investigation. this was not accepted by at least two senior republicans. those interviews were key. those diplomatic security agents on 9/14 three days after the attack told the fbi there was no demonstration, this undercut the administration's false narrative that there was an anti-islam video to blame and this came two days before susan rice's statements on the sunday talk shows, also today, a leading republican said, given mrs. clinton's performance, having not reviewed these requests and these warnings tha
deal. he's a big deal. >> make sure the mike was off. >> he has been married to michelle obama 21 years. he is 51. she just turned 49 years old. i was at a ceremony yesterday when where they sang happy birthday to the first lady and he was reelected by a wide margin after a long and tough election. this is the tab low you look at every four years and just think to yourself, this is democracy changing hands. >> this is it, when you see that grand sweep of the people, and it closeness on the small group up there on the podium as well as the former president of the united states, george h. w. bush. >> and his brother is behind him. >> george h. w. bush is not present. justice sotomayor, scalia and roberts. and james taylor, and he will be performing later. >> we're waiting. chuck schumer will be here. >> just to complete that one story, jessie jackson was running against walter mondale. it was a mondale rally and it was a african-american letter carrier. i said who are you for? he said i support jessie jackson because my son instead of wanting to be magic johnson, he wants -- >> now the mo
asleep? we'll have great products to help you catch some z's. joining me is psychotherapist dr. mike dow. maybe you have to come to my house to help you out in the middle of the night. let's start with the tart cherry juice. why does that help people stay asleep? >> this might be a great product for you. so tart cherry juice has natural levels of melatonin. in one study, not only did it help people with insomnia, but for people like you, it also helped them to stay asleep longer. so you want to take this an hour before bedtime, 8 ounces of the juice, or if you get the concentrate, one ounce of that. one hour before bedtime. >> gretchen: if you don't have the juice, pop a pill. what is it? >> you know that great feeling you get when you drink green tea? that is because green tea has this. this promotes this restful, calm state in the brain. it promotes gabba. so. >> gretchen: gabba? >> this neuro transmitter that makes you feel nice and calm. so if you're drinking green tea, you're going to get caffeine. that's going to make you wired. so at night, if you're having trouble sleeping, you c
at the dublin. >> kids, don't try this at home. what have you learned, mike? >> i learned we did a tv show for the first time somebody was carded when doing the show. >> all right. nothing more exciting than teenager boys drinking and driving cars around washington, d.c. absolutely not. hey, if it is way too early, it is "morning joe." thank you so much for being with us. have a great inauguration day whether you are republican, democrat or independent. stick around, nbc's live coverage of inauguration 2013 starts right now. >>> to the victor goes the spoils. and in this case goes the inauguration. >> i return to the white house more determined and more inspired than ever about the work list to do and the future that lies ahead. >> today, for the first time since james monroe followed james madison and thomas jefferson, barack obama follows bill clinton and george w. bush as the third consecutive two-term president. when he takes the oath of office for the second time in the last 24 hours. >> i, barack hussein obama, do solemnly swear -- >> that i will faithfully execute. >> that i will fa
. and someone pointed out a few flurries in the air would make a beautiful television picture later today, mike i can't tellal beschloss. >> maybe we can arrange that. as long as we're talking about weather, ronald reagan had the distinction of the first inauguration at the time was considered to be the warmest ever. the second one, windchill factor 20 below zero. so much so they moved it indoors so make sure that the lips of the people playing trumpet would not be glued to the -- >> i remember that one. >> they put on the parade later on. >> and the supreme court head wear continues to be fascinating. if you were watching closely just then, you saw justice scalia wearing something akin to the hat you wear on graduation day. and he pulls it off. >> the honorable charles e. schumer. >> senator schumer from new york who gets to run this show. >> mr. president, mr. vice president, members of congress all who are present and to all who are watching, welcome to the capitol and to this celebration of our great democracy. this is the 57th inauguration of an american president. and no matter how many t
in the senate and hoigs and, of course, the first lady. wish we would have had a mike on him right now. >> let's go to martha raddatz, who was there, bring us up to date. >> reporter: it was really a very solemn moment. it was completely quiet here in the rotunda as president obama stood in front of the bust of martin luther king. he really waited there for quite some time, several minutes. no one said a word here in the rotunda, and then he walked very quietly, very solemnly out the door where he is now headed for the parade. this is really his last moment. his last moments there. you saw that poignant moment before when he wanted to look out across the mall saying this is the last time i'll see this view. everything he does here today as president is one of those last moments, so he walked very slowly out of the rotunda, know they're looking forward to that parade, but clearly a poignant moment. >> certainly seemed like that and i guess it just makes me believe and want to go to donna brazile on this in just a second because i think we have to remind everyone ten years ago, barack obama was
as the obama and biden families. what we're listening to now -- you can probably hear it over our mikes -- this is ps-22 from staten island, this choir who has become famous in their own right, wolf, even performing at the academy awards in 2011. the voices are absolutely beautiful. they're really getting everyone going here right now. >> because they're so young, they give the sense of hope and the future because you have these kids out here, it's just a really -- it's a wonderful affair. >> let's take a look. you see the presidential motorcade there. now they've left the church across the street from lafayette park over at the white house. they call it the beast because that's a highly fortified vehicle, that presidential limousine. the presidential limousine. you're looking at the presidential motorcade there, returning from the church. they'll be going back to the white house, and fairly soon they will once again get into the motorcade and make that drive down pennsylvania avenue over to the -- over to capitol hill, where they will be joining all of us here. you see the motorcade go
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